Yes, yes, and yes.
This is what I do for https://webmail.lerctr.org, imap.lerctr.org,
smtp.lerctr.org, et al.
Larry Rosenman http://www.lerctr.org/~ler
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On 8/9/17, 11:19 AM, "dovecot on behalf of Alef Veld"
<dovecot-boun...@dovecot.org on behalf of alefv...@outlook.com> wrote:
Cheers Remko and Ralph. I think there was some mention in the lets encrypt
FAQ that certbot doesn't do email.
But I understand I can use their generated very for dovecot, postfix and
https? That would be good indeed.
Anyone know of any manual, or can I just replace the certs in the dovecot
and postfix locations with theirs? Do dovecot, postfix and apache all support
Sent from my iPhone
> On 9 Aug 2017, at 17:07, Ralph Seichter <m16+dove...@monksofcool.net>
>> On 09.08.2017 17:49, Alef Veld wrote:
>> I think let’s encrypt uses certbot though and it can’t do email
>> certificates (although i’m sure i can convert the cert i get from
>> let’s encrypt, i’ll look into it.
> I'm not sure what you mean by "can’t do email certificates"? In any
> case, Let's Encrypt issues certificates that can be used by Dovecot
> for IMAP and simultaneously by Apache or nginx for HTTPS and Postfix
> for SMTP. The certificates are issued for servers, not for specific
> software or protocols.